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World geology layer in OpenWebGIS: bedrock geology 2D and 3D
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OpenWebGIS_geology

OpenWebGIS offers to get acquainted with interactive geological map in 2D and 3D. (http://opengis.dlinkddns.com/gis/opengis_eng.html?openwebgis=MndKhD2vEfKuHNqETFwf8Wl2)
Map was got from OneGeology (http://www.onegeology.org/home.html). OneGeology's aim is to create dynamic digital geological map data for the world. It is an international initiative of the geological surveys of the world who are working together to achieve this ambitious and exciting venture. Mission of OneGeology: 'Make web-accessible the best available geological map and other geoscience data worldwide at the best possible scales, starting with at least 1:1 million scale.'
Name of offered map is CGMW Bedrock and Structural geology.
Abstract : BRGM World - Commission for the Geological Map of the World - 1:50,000,000 scale – Geology
Instructions:
1. In order to open the 3D map you must first click on the button 3d_offin the upper right corner of the map. This button has the title "Add 3d Map. Globe ". There will be a pop-up window in which you can set the desired options.
2. See more information about 3D in OpenWebGIS:
OpenWebGIS is now in 3D!: http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/4119.html
Creating a 3D city model in OpenWebGIS (Extruding 2D polygons to 3D): http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/4435.html
Video. OpenWebGIS is now in 3D! Atlantic Hurricane Tracks with OpenWebGIS: http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/5100.html
OpenWebGIS 3D Infographics - The world`s major cities population: http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/5309.html
Creating 3D track of International Space Station with the help of OpenWebGIS:
 http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/5751.html
OpenWebGIS: Changing the sky (background) around the Earth in 3D View:
http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/5926.html
Video about changing the sky (background) around the Earth in 3D View of OpenWebGIS: http://openwebgis.livejournal.com/6210.html